After an off day on Thursday, the Red Sox resume game action tonight in Seattle where they’ll take on the Mariners in a three game set. It’s the second west coast trip of the season for Boston and it comes in the midst of a nasty August schedule that sees the team play 14 of 17 on the road.
Fresh off a series win in Minnesota that saw the Red Sox take two of three, they’ll try to expand their lead in the AL East over the New York Yankees. With the Yankees winning last night, the Red Sox lead is once again just a single game over the Bronx Bombers, with New York playing host to Tampa Bay this weekend.
A big thanks to Alex from the Fansided Seattle site – Sodo Mojo who answered this Series 6 Pack that has to with an insight look at this Seattle Mariners team. Enjoy!
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